first_imgJOCKEY QUOTESFLAVIEN PRAT, VASILIKA, WINNER:  “When Drysdale’s filly (La Sardane) made that early move, it put pressure on Smith’s filly (Ms Bad Behavior) and it helped me.  I didn’t want to be in a hurry, but she really picked it up and she finished well.  I think a mile and one eighth might be her best (distance).MIKE SMITH, MS BAD BEHAVIOR, SECOND:  “When Joel made that move, I kinda took a little hold and she dropped the bridle a bit, but it did take a little ‘sting’ out of her…But she ran great.” TRAINER QUOTES JERRY HOLLENDORFER, VASILIKA, WINNER: “You know, you never expect this kind of thing to happen, but occasionally but it does.“I hope she fits in our program, we did some extra work on her but you know she’s blossomed into a very nice mare now.“Flavian did his usual great job and got her out just in time. She ran them down and we can’t ask for more.”NOTES: All Schlaich Stables LLC, Hollendorfer, LLC, Gatto Racing, LLC and George TodaroCo-owner George Todaro, right, celebrates with jockey Flavien Prat, left, after Vasilika’s victory in the Grade III, $100,000 Megahertz Stakes, Monday, January 21, 2019 at Santa Anita Park, Arcadia CA. © BENOIT PHOTOlast_img read more

Fort St. John Minor Lacrosse Association has a busy schedule ahead; tournaments, practices

first_imgFor more information, you can visit the Fort St. John Minor Lacrosse Association’s Facebook page. FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Minor Lacrosse Association has a busy schedule ahead.According to Lyndsay Beer, of the Lacrosse Association, the teams will be heading to Red Deer this weekend for a tournament.Other happenings within the Lacrosse Association includes Tuesday night practices and scrimmages on Thursdays at the Pomeroy Sport Centre starting at 5:00 p.m. for the minor groups.- Advertisement -Also on Thursdays, the Association has a free drop-in for senior players, 16 and up, at the Field House from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.Beer says they hope they can get more to the free drop-in for senior players, adding that no experience is required and that only basic safety equipment is required.“Every Thursday night we run a free drop in for Seniors, age 16 plus, at the Field House from 8:30 p.m. to 10:30pm. Due to low attendance, we might have to drop this. We’re hoping to get it out to the public a little more. No experience necessary and only a helmet, stick and gloves are required. ”Advertisementlast_img read more